Lemars Sentinel, February 10, 1876

Lemars Sentinel

February 10, 1876

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LeMars Sentinel (Newspaper) - February 10, 1876, Lemars, Iowa following lirieg'BEijt n'Div.neof LobliCar. �it� aeterjb^tort beet -^A^^j \'e�idenUi of tbl, /> f I- " I x'-i.?.t_-'a enoiigli to give 'bich i� widely locality. Ro�. A. UDftufmoiig to bocome Uun. * ^ evenJdg at (h, 'WW 4! oinrkel^ , ^ wonoa k.owtg^.^l1.z.n-^lv-�.- quested jt FASHION iltCE ilLLINERT CfMllDS. to which tliay lh*lM lh��tiiint Itaapi oouuntlx on hand the largMt ,�Jiy^ ui led Mock of * , LEMAllS, IOWA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, ^67, NUMBER 3. ihatlM ____ , ^ll(>�f�,4b Hkiln|-�oiiip)ete M%6l of awn^. Ibc7 ��� �>>*|)t�d to hmiicinlent Nbool tNRMb (nutMrUng fa, lU^Ve^beea issued M^tti�t';iim;er�Med' lUo name ot rCmintywii) ftonrard'StriOke.a from Fire* nnd. lualUea tnttl nouthilof |fl.ow:o^ tlie New York Midland Bail-road broke through a bridge over the WiUmemac 9r�;fewd�yB since. In itadeeoeut it brought 'i^ftlooomotlye and iiender, with nine men (tradk^olearen), all of whom were badly binised or BoaIdM;,Mime'fatally. :Flxi�nolsil>aAa Indiisti'lal. ^ Tub: Kew York State Xoaii and Trust Company, hiu'been > placed in'.the bands of a re-oeiver. Depoeitors and creditors have been piidiufulL: Tlie stoekhoyers ivill receive 25J per cent. The capital wag $1,000,000, Patbick DoMABVE, publisher of the Boston m,hmi suspended. His liabilities are $300,- ifad ai^ete $216,000. TBE.Obidago Oas Company has reduced the price of-gas furnished to private consumers, but will not reduce for the city. The company claims to have laid miles of pipe out on the prau-ie, whore there are no houses, but much waet^e.^ Wherever these mains go the property ie taxed as impjroved, and the city is benefited, and the company claims a.share of this general prosperity. DCBINO the moutli of January tliepubliodebt was reduced �1,599,155; The foHowng is the official statement V Six per cent, bonds.......$lfiii.Til,m rive per cent; bonds.,... 687,884yT6b (A-liIrnhii^edN^W, removcklfiMmiiroDBecrated j XhiBactiott has been lipprovei) by tbo roftttbhoWorabipr^ H�rzegoviniau insurgents arc atrtli�4:ed.! ^naed by the Turks. TUe fugitives i appear to^ve adopted tbe si^me tactics as the { ^Cubans, l)iiM villages were bnruod by tliem hi their liight>*i^;v- A r-ettjb from ArchbisUop Lynch, ot Toion- , to, to the Dominion Premier is pnblislied. . He { eaya the priestB in his dibetse are sttictiy for- ; bidden to make tbt altar or pniiiitof their \ ohinrches a IribuDal of pDlitic^^i|^giies for or against any party or candidate. CoMvLETE returns of the Senatorial tIectionB have been received from all eiLcept two distTiits ncliirj aniV tniUMioled itObuaSniKH of general iuli:i--tat... Tliero was ,n djilcy little dcbule bctwccu Alori'Iapn on Oil! one Kitle, nnd Krbhoi unci,Tow n-Bond on tlio other, growinf; out of ii bill xiatitlng a, IK-iision to one Dnucan. ^'ho had dr^Hertcd from-tlici ^Confederate and lotncd the Federal army. I THE ST.VTE CAPIIAI,. Lefflalntlw, rulllteat, fenmnaC atul Sticlal ^ Qitimtp, __ [iTom Our Own Corrcnpondent.] Des Moinen, Feb. 7, 1870. But little 1 ractical legislation has been dooe the pa�t week, owiug to the absence ot a large number of members as visiting: committiira to look at public institiitionB, admire the officers and get a square meal.. The remuning mem-ofiyaiice.' OtthesncceBBfalcaniidateg OSato I bcra have Uitoned to tbe reading of bills and Kainarcbists, 12 puro BouapartiRtB, 93 Kepubli- i paasiug tliom to a third reading, cans, and 45 who are described as both Men-1 ' fio far there has bocn very little speeoh-archista and Imperialists, Among the Kepiib- i making, not that there are no speech-maUers, lioans elected are ex-Prcsident Tbiew, Oscar de ! for therfepre eloquent men in both houses, who la Fayette, iiiles Favro, and others- \ will be boaiti as occasion requires, but there ia Spain has promised Great Britain to crnsb | no propciiBity lor usolesa gob. out the Carlists in short order (in ten days' time), and afterward to Bend enough troops to Oiiba to end tbe rebellion there. Tbe griev- As the session paogresses and notes are compared, tlie prevailing oviinibn is that little or no change mil be made in th?. Railroad Tariff law.. teatiinoiiy:'also that other witnesses maybe ..aalled pu tiial for ptosecntion than those rc-I turned on the indictment. This bill wtUilatnre with their surrection in Servia can be the more readily put j ?;!?i?��_aj^?.?.?T,�?^ . Legislature four down. It is announced that the Chilmber of Peers years ago refusing to refer it to tbe people. . The Committee on Judioi iry are preparing a j bill which will meet the approval of taxpavers, at Lisbon iaa voted for the abolition of slavery j and will probably pass into a law, and, if so, in the island of St. Thomai>. ' will relieve counties of a large amount of costs 'Mamv Rmmiah familiPH RTfiilBeinL' t.o Fiancp �' conrts^hich they now have to pay. As the MANY Spanish families are tleeinfe to liance jg^jg now, in counties where are large towns or to escape the horrors of war. 1 cities, the court expenses will in a few years Ledoohowski, the Oermau Cardinal, Ua� ; bankrupt the country. _ The country is obliged toUl debt............,.....,.,..�2,M6,28fi,749 Totalliileresl...................... 28,140,231 I �"omcy.............:;.. U,�92,r,80 of d^tfoipsitBheld tor re-. Inspected of may not t they will not ffUndinaltunti^ 4. but the nextdajl, I Affairs ha^ lesiding in irman- iwiyi in NtLoertifloatea ,4al in ^Iwr... Toial In the 'x- 4(),80O,00O f 12(!,193,0il Debt IcM ooehin tbe Trcasi.......... Docreoae of debt during .Iamiui>.,  Decrease aince June 30, 1876......�.:>^!!,lW,233.n;i9 ^1,893,1S� Bonds iaened to the Faclflo Bailwaj (lompanies, intereat payable in lawftU money: Principal ontatandinR.......t ireatai ""^.55^86 served out his term of imprisonment for viola-  tion of the ccclesiastica) laws, and been liberated. Great Joy was manifested by his sympathizers on the ocoBiiion. It is reported from our Ministers in Loudon and Berlin thaf tbbse governments decline to interfere in the proposed intervention of this country in Cuban afl'aip>. Pabir papers report a general defeat sustained by the Carlists. Don Carlos himself has tied to French territory, and largo numbers of his followers are giving their adhesion to fOUBO. ATlinninM' explosion of Aro-duuip iu a coal mine occurred- in Belgium recently, resulting to pay the witnesses Of defendant in crimi'mil causes, and usually the attorney. Ho has only to Bay to tbe court he has no money, and the court grants him an attorney, and 'ho selootR invariably the best ]aw}'er in the district, who demands tbe biggest fcoj, and, if nut sncb, then a lawyer noted for cheap practice, who secures all the witnesses, he can get or think of without regard to knowledge ot the (iase, and the county foots the bill; The new law will provide that the Court shall judge of the materiality of the witness, and if not material the, defendant must pav him, anA the attorney must show cause why he wa^ called, and if no cmfo bo shown he sliall suffer heavy penalty. One of lliis type of lawyoiB iroperty of any dewrtptioni "hall be deemed o'uilty of. the crime of iwindling, and ahall, on conviction (hereof, be piiuiahi'd by Ano not leas than two hundred doUara nor more than t�'o Ihou-aind dollars, cr by Impriaoument iu'ihc peuiicn-tiiiry not lesa than two ycara nor more than live yeara. or by both Buch line and imprisonment, iu thf. dlaorctton of the court.. Ml persons aiding, oucouraBiug, advising or confederating with or knowingly harboring or concealing any such person or persona, or in any manner being acecaaory to Uio Komuiisaion of the above dcacribea offense, or confederating together for the purpose ot playing such gunea, shall be deemed principals therein and puu-iaBBd accordingly. L. Seo. 2. The jarisdiction ot all the offenses described in section one (I) of this act, wMch shall be committed on any railroad car, coach, train, boa', or other publld conveyance, or in or at any railroad station or depot shall be ia any county through which said car. coach, '^rain, boat or other public coDVeyiiucc may p�8�|.>lnrlng the trip or voyage, or in which the tripor voyage may begin or terminate, aud In all other Cises the jntisdiu.ion shall be lu the county in which Ihe offense is,committed. Bhx. 3, Every person shall possess the power and authority, and it shall lie the ditty of every coii-Ylnctor^or other employe �n any railroad, car or* train, and of every captain, clerk or other employe on any boat, or station agent at any railway depot, the otfioers of any fair, and the proprietors ot aiy place of public resort or their employes, or any other person, with or without wurrant, to arrest any pcson op persona whom they or eUher of them shall' find iu the act of committing any of (he offences mentioned in the (irst scctiiiu of this act, or ony jieraon or persons whom he or ihoy may liavc good reason to believe to have bean guilty of the commission of (ho said offenses, and to take such person or persons before a magistrate in anf->county where jurls-dicllon to try said offenses exists by virtue of thla ait, und deliver such person or persons, so arreated, (o the magistrate, and make wrJtlen contjilaiut, under outh, of the factx. And for exe- cuting the powers conferred by thla section, the lieraou maklni absointefy'hoodwinked the luit Legislature into j receive posBiUK it law removing all limitation �� to . lor lik� Ing the orrest shall pobscss the same powers, In all respects, as are exercised by olHccrs with warrants and even including the power to summon aaslstance; and it shall be the duty of the person making such arrest to also arrest the iieriion iu.jurcd or defrauded by reason of the commission of any of the offenscH lueutionod in section one (1) of this ocl, and take such jicreon before the examining niBgistrato, who shall require such person to give security to appear and testify on the trial of the cause, and such person or persona shall not he deemed to Iw guilty of tlin offense mcniionca'in section one (1) of this act, nor of the ott'enso of gumbliiig, unkss such person or nrrsous i shall hu\b failed to appear and give evi-  dence on the Iriiil. And I hi; person i performing Ike �evvicc;9( requiri^d by this net f hall j wa') i-eleired.,;.Bills were inirodiicod fixing tbe per difm of fcucn-vlewerHut J;l;.to make an arceaaory I after tho fact liable t> Indlotmont and punishment ; i that where a .(udgment In a vjuatlcc's ' take the- i.egit v� of that qiustion, and make that thi) trst hi iho comhu Presfdeullal c tmpsigu, tliey liave the oppcrtiinily of doing so, CiKCiNNATi Commercial: ".Whether vre listen to Mr. Eutou, of Conncoticut, Mr. Hill, of Georgio, or Mr. Tuokej.*, of .Virginia, to the OTiarlestou iVetvs or. the New Orleans Ploaf/une, ih/a Memphis Avaianche or the Kentucky Legislatiiceii': the eloquence of Democrats in.tlie Ohio I Legislature or the resolutions of,) tlio Democratic Senatt r from Indiun�i.,^tbere. is a tone of ijibstility to tlio Dationolity? Unit was cohfirmoij iind mode .glorious J in the war with State rights rebeli^ oncl slavery. Ami tho qiici.-tion is coming up. plainly in the iipproaohipg Prceiclential/' el iotion whether that iiatibnalty is to bi)' m'iintained nnd honored, or degraded And reviled." ' Mr. PnnjiP Cook, of Qeorgin, recently mere wt'r� lu vuuKi�:m un wiusm .----------- , - . 7i 11 ^.Z nearly fiftymcmbers Who served iu the made a speech m Congress (.held for re-Confederate Army. .Tile following list *"^,|._,,i/.uev^a gives their �ames.^^lu the Cong^sS^^^^^^ Du-ectory, some Of them partioulftrize ,.,.i,ici, vou hold in trust for them ? There wa* rather facetionsI'V the fervioo they ren- f cfl.Oi b.OOO of money taken from the South by dered, as for instance, RepresentAtive Dtbrell, of the Third District, Tennessee, who writes that he entered tho Confederate artaytja a private, was elect ed liieutenantTCblouef, iiud was promoted Colonel aiid BrigajJier-Oenernt of cavahy, was detailed to escort the exec-iitive officers and treastirc of the Confederate Qovemment aft�r the evaouatiou of Bichmond, ond did so from Greensboro, N. C, to, Wa8hingtoi|i|, Ga., where his command was parbled May, 1805." Gen. Dibrell might have refreshed the public curiosity by a narration of what became of the "Gonfedemto tieosure." under bis escort. .Not all pf it was captured. G. J. Faulkner, a Virginian well known in ante-bellum politics, has been re resuscitated, aud now represents the Second District of West Virginia. This admirably-preserved politiou fossil occupies more space than any other man in Congress .iu'telliug who and what he ib. A. H. Stephens fills twenty-three lines, aud Faulkner twenty-five. The following delicious piece ot egotism ia in point: Mr. Faulkner states that he was held iji prisoner for some time by the Fodeffel auuiorities " from an apprehension that he woUlif unite his ortunes with tho Southern Oonfederacyj" ojid further, that, after b^ing'exchanged, he entered the Confederate ariny as a member of Gen. Stonewall Jackson's staff, and serv d ai|hi8 Chief of Staff uutil his death, haviug written all the official reports that bear his signature. In the following list will be fouud those who served in the Rebel army: F.X-OOHrKIICnATE OJ-KIOEIH. week. iSit'Sjig-^rapped upTn"8 ,t ^ jfjiialj oould not be a. fellpw-workmau in a wagou manta, i^gard to tbe lijabite 'ing to apeak Very d to depart It t Kretz had been the iieid: was On ilia, way . lyitrntliiahand, id he'"^^:riibWiig "it on his tlif'5|raB obMrved an ex-" was made, �tWoh dried'blo^ou Ilia iho oewsfafthsn visited his �n, auA Uher eo im^y " opened a^fficl^^^|;l � this they found I avniB aujlilpf the murdered tie mnrdert^iivitnea'od by the Vgbtor ot^Aand the prisoner y^vA in -Wpn: of Simnious' ^yitt,\e gir^^W faUier took $3 nVB frotHitlJets * the muj-- fKrrtz'ith ' ^l)er cent, bonds to thirty K'Jr raoNPAv posBing ft law removinfc change of venue in oiiniDBl causes. Ho had a , . . . , jail full of clients, fit subjects for the Pciii- in great loss of life from the caving iii of the > tentiary, whom he proposed to take into evuy earth walls. There wore 230 miners at work, county" in the State "under hie laiv, and the �wly all of whom perished. i county from wbcuce tli^y started would Imve Nori. � � .�,,i.,f!,, i,. ,,.T,Tc..i, ti,, ' liafltopaytheco.ts. Tne tnck was discovered V*>i* 'evolution lu piogrcsa m the , j^^f^^^ Governor signed tbe law, and he ment or jrij^ of Mexico, against the govern- I vetoed it, which eeut it back to the Houae,-ivhen ve thi: same comliensiitton as Sherilt's n-(m>ll>l'l'lltil^ I*l-oblll>llltlit� (jMnVUHHrd. The " Six Spectators" who sent to the j Bostoii Jimrnal, from Washington nn es-j timntt! of tho Htpublican Prcflidontial laii.ui.u, j..,l., u. ^...,..,-.,.;,,,., ........._........ 1 prospects, have supplemented that nr- ;S^.Woi;re;;?s"o?;rnTi'aiT ^^i^l^l \ �t, � �"�n�ary of the Democratic to eject from his car, tiiiin, bmit, hoti;l, saloon, nelii. Tiiey hnd that Maine, New pubiic conveyance, fair Krounds, m- place of pubiiif \ Hampsliiro, aud Vermont incline toward soor-SfrT,'"breve 't' ";;e"'�a'"'lhrr Gov. Tildcn. MuHsachusetts is nnde- caidiunntjnian.orwho oilers to WttKcr or bet money Cldcd, but may prt�(3nt Gov. Ouston or or other valuable thing imon what Is commonly .Toliii Oniiinv AdniriH fnr tlin iir>nni "'""^ ' �'�nce8^->mo lor that purpose. Tbe oircum- uuu'itioi.ed, or SCO and CaLl,? rv. , * '^"^ t^e nS" 1 v- ''�"***�'' (t'>�'"'> "i"""-'' P""t'='P�'ioirw are very conclusive as to lier i a yiolatinn'of t �-w , ana L/arsOn Cttv _____ ^Ue people. "t.Vlnp-TJ....^,..,^ ' * mvorr annpans t/V^j._____---- rrK� ^...if .Itu^ (Vitwrl/imofinnr f oiHcers oi' any fulr or I'air . Jiscover uo organized Opposition to him,* r\!:H':!,"""';!;,?'ll.''''i'i!,;";i,^.u i and wo assume that he will have tho Sonat^ft dcbatMy..;*""^!."^.';^ Vtf ""tewas sent to the Dub covery appears tc^Sit^uaictionH. Tlie first dis-mado in tlie u?e of -jf Dubuque, on Dubuque Na��Tapper. A. t\ of Wm. ring fratt tot or complicity in [liOuis, the Jury 'sKeelsoiie of 'iiOcrc/xiewe-B conviction may be hat may befall Others coiuage Cisco and Carson City, which sbow silver 4,036,003 pieces of $173,000 value, mofttly in dimes, and gold >i'2,109,180. The -returns of the Mint at Philadeipbis have not yet been received. That eatablishmeut, b�og nearest at band, ia uniformly the last. It is estimated, however, that the returns will show |aboat 3,713,000 pieces of the value of about i|4()0,OOO. The aocnmulation of silver ooin in the Treasniy is now fully *12,000.000, in view of an early , , , .. ..... .. ,  . . --"vu vuo relations ot all tho Pacific ....... , nr�i�.-i retirement of the fractional cnnency now inj ,nd Innd-erant railroads to the aovcrnmcnt, with a , Sir."',., ,.T� circulation view of discoverinR whether or not,their chaHcrs i oeived by one of the e ty banks fiom-a circnlation. ^__ ^ ^ declared forfeited; lom-tb, an inriniry by ! HapiiiB bank, and dated Friday, on C. .1.  . i tho Banking and Currency Commltteo into ihc ad-i son of this city. AB no such periion co,.m 1-oJUtloaj. : visabllity of BiibsUtuting greenbacks for legal ton-i fouud, it is supposed to be one more of the 81-KAKKR KEI.K, in a letter to a prominent ; ^^'^beV''o�f''T,llf5 wore introto^d"incl�di,g''lgc \ �' , , \, , . --1="-= forSlSg:WwV^?or{Sr^^^^ oralii Tbis is a teirible record to nrnko aea.nsl a tariir and collection laws; also, for tho abolition ot ; wi man bO well known as she, who has for many prize money; by Monroe, to establish an cduca- : years-in this city labored so diligently m social, tional fund and to apply a portion of tho iirocecds ; tniBtness and church circles. H'jn has borne a or the public landa to �->"catlon; l>y Fort. : i,i------- ------------ - and fi.r 8ui:ii ijectmciit nn action for daina�e shall | Bent Seiiiitor English or Senator Eaton. 'X""!�lC?ye,,ndn,.tor-,l'a railroad train, cai,taJn Ncw York wll present Gov. Tildou, and ,^ ------------ _.....________ , �!' auy slennibotti, jiioprielor or luanagiT ot any 1 Will HtlStaiD llim to the bitter end. " >Vc ,,^.Jorgeries aud frauds on banks iii'varioas poi't-s i'ul'Uc eonvcyaiuu', ..... . , '''-f-^^ie State. Either she has been ,.ri�=tici,g a K'llte^cr'.t'the^ aents or cn.i.K.yes, who .-- ............____ refuse to pcrforni the duties herein � imanimons vote of the State." New ;;K:!/h'a?i�a,^'::["g:;i'.S."or'>l Jersey tWnks some of naming Somttor misdemeanor; und the juilsdictloii of such ollcnsc Randolph, but is strOngly in fnvor of "njlisact'""""^ 1^T"'^'=''l'^) Tilden. Pennsylvania and Maryland are 8E(i. b!' 4ny iier.ion may be convictoii for violation Undecided, although tliG latter leans Jow- ' ' '� ��' �� '�'......... nrd Senator Bnyord. Delewaro will pre- Seoator Bayard, and if he ha^ a Xavten, itatn. SiDuitiirK. Ooldthwuite......... Ua ... is td,lutant-Oon. Brlgadlor-Gcn. Tones............... Ma... 2 Gordon-............. ia.... a Uajnr-Oeneral, Alcorn (Uep.)........ rockroll............. Uiss.. 4 i)rl(iadlcr-0(!n. Mo.,., 5 MaJor-Gem-rai. Kunsom............. N.O.. >flS8., 2(1 Colon*. 1. Hooker.............. iMlss.. 27 Colonel. Franklin............ i.Mo,.., 28 Oniilaln. iJrigailinr-deu. Olark............... ,�(>.... 211 YeatCB............. N. V... M Major. Wartdoll............. N. :il Uoutoniii.t-Col. Davis.............. N. 0.. :Vi Captain. Url�ttdl'jr-tieii. Hcales'............. N. C. a .Uobiiinn............ N. l Url|ittilicr-Hcu. Faulkner'^......... .iw. Va . 47 Colonel. mcaiis of cottoii taxes wheii we hni no ropre-sentativci upon this floor, wlicn our voice could not bo heard here." Please npticp, hero is a little claim for 000*000. If this wei-e paid, tliere wonld be something else equaUy at-trftohvo. The cotton tax was, no doubt, added to the price of tho fcotton/but it ispre8umedthat.t60,000,000 are held in trust for tho cotton planteis. WJioso fault. >yfts it. that the cotton States had not for a period a Repreaentiitiv^ upon the floor of Congress? Did iiot the Representatives desert their po.it because there had been a coustitutionol election . of a I*re8identthey did, not like, an^whp thoy assumed did not interpret the doii-Vj stitution 08 they did? The Hon. Samuel S. Cox piously prefaces the pamphlet copy of the Bpeeoh ho did' not mi^ke in reply to Blaiiie with this observation on the title-page: Lit all bitterness, and 'wrath, nnd anger, and clamor, and evil speaking be put away from you. with all malice; and bo ye kind one to . auiitber, tender-hourted, forgiving one auottier. . . . Itedoemirg the time, because the days areevil.-iSf./'aii!(offtc�'p/u'.sian.�. . ' To which an exchange ventures to quote Buoli ex roots as these from tho speech he actually mode ahd language he used while interrUptifig B)ftirie'/s remarks: Oh, dry up! . . . hyena . . -liowl on . . stick a knife iu'his bowels and tiiru it round , . kinked by a ]auka.vn.�^'*^mcs ef Hon. .fames e bankJtj^a^Xijfl to jirs. Topper, cliarged willf^itJK,�ars as joint-mut ot *2,O0oV'Tfiiihtained on found, havng loft the citT'^fXjngthe Cedar Kap.ds. On Saturdav adSSIfam investigations-lirst InM "'"}' MarsHS.; BWnc? of ColSa by thf i^w"??'''"*'?'.''' '"o ' '^""^ '"e tab second, an fnqui^ as to the am^^'?^"''!''''''"'" ' Tupper, cliarKf and lind.S> iS'iLS? ff'"iMT" �' "'l the Pacific _____ ________ Bayard, strong support in the South, the Now England States will be likely �take him up. Senator Thurman is likely to di-, .h� i vide the Ohio delegation, a.nd Hendricks .entitled to a member in the | ^ j^^^ ^ ^^j^^^ Indiana delegation, ' backed by the support of a mojorily of tho Michigan, Illinois, Wiscoiisin, Min- er a^eSaacontaininK one-third thd population t jwiisliip^iApd which are part of ano. ganized IJoiii'd of , The joint---...... , ricdupon a bill appT^M^olb Houses have purpose of representing flH!^' *^'l.�iO-ror tenniai, the State to become tlie~^,>ue Cen-artieles exhibited liy means of this ap^iS* ~* tioned in his name men- and, hcwse-thieves Dce epmmittee iu the ,reoeutly. The thieves at night after re-1^ where titey''had been. , tried by the lyodieni' tfxA executed at ouce. HXtjiyid W. ^kidmpro, near '�|^�nd,.waa'.''deatroyed by and Skidmare, with ;/:barued to ^Mtb.. BkicU; theneigh-,flred cotinectiou with the Presidency. ___tional Democratic Convention ihe Indiana delegates will suppoit Gov, Hen- ______ drcks for the Chief Magisti-acy, and iu this ao- i P!?�nt useless tiou they will have the heart.y co-operation of Mr. Ken\ GbN. B, F. BuiXEB.lias intimated to the people of the tiixth MaasBobnsetts District that be is to be in the fidlft^^ext fall as a candidate for Bepreaeutative. tiou.  ' "'H:, jie appropriations asked at this session arc e^5�iin the aggregate, and one would nldBK.ir^TJWL'*''supposed the State ploa�aut iS%^^^ One thing is oei tain asked �Tiii , rr">:''*�sation will have to bo OLO to Jii "^'"''"''^'o �'>7-"ows: , bill to pay the intero.i ,, ...� , . * I Samuel A. Ayeis, ex-Depnty State Auditor, \Ntv^ At- ' pay �ie interest oa ihe District 3.63 bonds. �� Kansas Indian lands I oamuei A. Ayeis, ex-Depnty State An and flniiir;7r,r"T*'"� *'T�'^e"'to on? tCTm? iirM"-^^"/'y S-Cooley, sister of Hon. G W ""'heda vote on the measnre. 1^ J?'^p"P'vio" " F�nnington, Van B^ren wasdef^a by a vote of H.J^aMo ^mT^^-^.'l^ \ Coiint:^: jan^^, im. The Pennsylvania liepublioan IMate Conven- I --------inaian lands ( Mm. MoPberaon, dauighter of Dr. Isaac Gal- ,t .� ir . Vr - I. no | to actual settlers was psEsed.... The Judiciary Com-j land, boHi at Fort Madisou, in 1832. ' tiou meets at Harriaburg, March 29. - ,,t^ reported unanimously the blu to reorganize \ Mrs. Anna Burns, born in Dubuque Conntv. Gek. Shebman, iu a letter to a member of | tbejuaictarrhf the UnltodHUtcs... The House rc- ' 1831. the Ohio Legislature, declares that he never | aumed ite discussion of the prjp>osod amendment to " ,, , . ,., . . I tho Constitnlion ilnotini. IJie Presli was and never will be a candidate for the ; �n,i �"�" -..... - � Presidency. His personal preference is. for , Gov, Hayes. \ Tbk National llepublican Congressional j Committee has organized for the campaign by \ electing (Senator Cameron, of Pennsylvania, ' Chairman; Judge Kdwards, Secretary, aud Jacob Lane, C:^ea8urer. An Executive Committee, composed of Senators Cameron, Logaii, . Cragin, West,; and Dorsey, and Bepresenta- ! J.i'iliHlattve Betord. SATi;i:ii.iv, Jan. 20.-iSfenofc. -Biils were passed to a second reading to punish throc-catd-mouie mciO to provide for the drainage of wet and ovcrHowod lauds; to appropriate tu&,000 to the Insane Hospital at Indopeodcnce; to aboUati the oilic* of School pialrivt Treasurer; to regulate the sale pU Urjuo^r,,.. Tbe hill allowing a jury in the probate of wilbwaspiuaod.... I joint rcsolation Milking the word ," white " from the (^natltutlou was passed also, tbo bill fixing the compensation of townsbip clerkiiattlpcrccut, of Ihe moneya received; abio, the bill fixing the.�oiaoBt of the salary of BherlirK; also, the bill to Itii the wlath of roads kt cbirty-tbrce ____________..�x.eB�r-f�rUi and togetner, tiia^^gny 1)1 hardly daro to enforce the inoreaso ot i flSlTftttdidate above Tl^exaea. . . of taxation, but where is al! this money ^ia SnViH>�S-to stond third on the lisi from ? It is plainly apparent manv of I ^ J^r^sW �''^^'"e. . The MoNBAV, Jan. 81._4fe�flfe..^Not in ���,o, '"'"''".'^''"s were passed to^ se�ion. IMS tof �ov. Hayes' CuiKiidacy for the Kcpubllcuii Nnmlnatlun-The Slinrniaii l.eiter. (Washington Cor. Ohicago IntcrOccan,] It is becoming very apparent that the Sherman letter was the bugle call for ; a veiy active and well-managed move-' ment in favor of Hayes as a Presidential -....... .0.0- .....vie vacan. seats inboth '^^^^.^J^ Tj^^^^^^ A-WAS,.o�� special sayauiere has been a i T^^^^JS^^^h Z ! "^^^^X^^. """'"'^� a^^i^^^^ b^TX ! ^> ^--^ Inffciente arnoag the Itepnbli- i the t "There is a verj' strong disposition dispatch states) among liepubiioaus to see. ecutive departmenH iuay occupy leats onlhellMr I they are Demooratsaiid go them one better. If the ;rfiUl!.?^H?^-,^,2^nfei�^Je-^^^��n^^ (to remedy Caldwell....... Norwood,..!..,. Chandler....... Tucker......... Oolbertson...,;. B(WK�n......... Stephens....... Harris................ Candler.........lOtt,..... Slcniona........�,Ark - Ounter.....,,... lArk lAmar..........Miss, Hatcher........-Wo..... Wbrell........ Feun.., Ooorte.......... Va..... Hunton........ Vo, .... Harris,,:...,..- Va..... Solicitor. -Atty-Oencral. erJw for l'�hruttr/8....Tlictilll enlarging the ' on the Hfty^ ticket, OB the grpQnd tlut^ powers ^'1^-�H��.t Of the- ,,,ifu ' "ow in Washington a toge number of prominent Obioans who are ^r^l oil Simultaneously and systematically a veiv active ear, v��� amoog IhoM wJio are yet (o have madft 'The Missouri Bebels maintained tbe farce of.,u 'HtAte Legislature, which met Bonietunes coat and occasionally west of the 3llsshus, (Oa.) 'Wmeti headia a reference to lien. Hill's rebel yell, " A Speech to.. i, .ontrtt; .tli:^^^^^^!^^' ' 'i^^' uni/ormly U) ttf gieat ;